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How do you find the linear velocity for an object with two different angular velocities? ex) an amusement park ride when you are spinning and revolving around a circle

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  1. Jonask
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    linear velocity is along the circum frence of the wheel while the angular velocity is a vector through the axis not necessarily around the wheel|dw:1359579879022:dw|

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    in 3d space there are 3 vectors to remember; tangent, normal, and binormal.

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